Q: Cost 1500 watt for 1 hour?

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A 1-watt bulb uses 3600 watt-hours every hour, which is 1/1000 of a kilowatt-hour, so the cost is 0.01 cents.

It would use 1.5 kilowatt-hours in 1 hour, at a price of 20-25 cents or pence.

1 kilowatt = 1,000 watts1 watt = 1 joule per second1 hour = 3,600 seconds(1,500 kilowatt-hour) x (1,000 watt / kilowatt) x (1 joule / watt-second) x (3,600 second / hour) =(1,500 x 1,000 x 3,600) x (kilowatt - hour - watt - joule- second) / (kilowatt - watt - second - hour)= 5,400,000,000 joules

Answer1 kW is 3,413 BTUs. Therefore, 1500 Watts = 1.5 kW and 1.5 kW x 3413 BTU/kW = 3 413 * 1.5 = 5 119.5 BTUs per hr for a 1500 Watt heaterwhat is the electric cost/

1 watt-hour equals 1 watt times 1 hour, or 3600 joules.

Watt-hour (Wh) is a unit of energy. 1 watt-hour is the energy that is consumed by power consumption of 1 watt during time period of 1 hour: 1 Wh = 1W x 1hr 1000 watt-hour are equal to 1 kilowatt-hour: 1000 Wh = 1 kWh

a 1500 w heater consumes 1.5 kW, and used for 1 hour it uses 1.5 kWh of energy, which costs 1.5 x 9.1 cents, that is 13.65 cents.

1 kilowatt-hour is 1000 watt-hours and 60 watt bulb consume during 1 hour 60 watt-hours of electricity, so then it costs 0.6 cent =>60/1000=0,06*price of 1 kilowatt-hour = 0.6 cent

A 60-watt bulb uses 60 watt-hours or 0.06 kWh each hour, so the cost is 0.06 x 10 cents, 0.6 cents per hour.

I presume you mean 'one watt-hour'. In the UK it would cost about one hundredth of one British penny. They are usually charged by the thousand watt-hours (kilowatt-hours).

a 1500 watt heater uses a power of 1500 watts or 1.5 kilowatts, so each hour it is used will take 1.5 kilowatt-hours of energy. You have to multiply the power by the time to find the energy used, and energy is what you are billed for. Kilowatt-hours are also called Units and you get billed on the units used. 1 Unit costs around $0.15 or £0.15, more or less, depending on where you are so that heater would cost about 22 cents/pence for each hour.

1.5 Kilowatt hours. This is about 20 cents worth of electricity.

A 400 watt bulb uses 400 watt-hours each hour or 1 kWh every 2½ hours. 1 kWh is a Unit, costing about £0.15.

It takes 60 watt-hours. Same as lighting a 1-watt bulb for 60 hours; or 60 bulbs of 1 watt each for 1 hour. You get the idea.Notice the units: watt-hours, not watts. Watt is a unit of power, watt-hour is a unit of energy. 1 watt-hour = 0.001 kWh (kilowatt-hour) = 3600 joules = 860 calories = 3.4 BTU.

MW is a unit of power just like kW 1MW = 1000 kW 1 mega-watt = 1000 kilo-watt Watt is a measurement of power. watt-hour is a unit of energy 1 mega-watt-hour = 1000 kilo-watt-hour

1 kWh = 1,000 watt-hour1 watt = 1 joule per second1 hour = 3,600 seconds(1,000 watt-hour) = (1,000 joule/second) x (3,600 second/hour) = 3,600,000 joules

The first part is correct. 1 wh = 1 w used continuously for 60 minutes (1 hour). a watt hour is equivalent to 3600 joules.

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1 kwh is 1000mwh Answer: 1 kWh is one kilo Watt hour = 1,000 Watt-hours. 1 mWh is a milli Watt-hour = 1/1,000 Watt-hours. Therefore the answer is 1,000 x 1,000 or 1,000,000 mWh.

(100 W) x (10 hours) = (1 Kilowatt-Hour) x (14Ã‚Â¢/KWH) = 14Ã‚Â¢

1 Joule is 1 Watt-Second. 1 Watt Hour is 3600 Watt-Second or 3600 Joules. 400 Watt-Hours is 1440000 Joules.

948 BTUs =1 watt for 1 million seconds,or 1 million watts for 1 second,or 1 kilowatt for 1,000 seconds.1 BTU =1 watt for 1054.8 seconds,or 1054.8 watts for 1 second1 watt = 3.4128 BTU per hour1 BTU per hour = 0.293 watts

1 megawatt-hour is 3,414,425.95 BTU

(700 watts) x (10 hours/day) x (30 days/month) x (1 kilowatt / 1,000 watts) =(700 x 10 x 30 / 1,000) (watt - hour - day - kilowatt / day - month - watt) =210 kilowatt-hour / monthWe're guessing that the actual cost of your electric energy is $0.09 per kilowatt-hour.(210 kilowatt-hour / month) x ($0.09 / kilowatt-hour) = $18.90 per month .

.5 kW hrs. The nominal cost would be about 5 cents.